> David, or Fernando, or ANYBODY else out there, do you have any
> this isn't working for me? Something smells funny about Pulseaudio, but
> I don't know enough about it to be able to say why.
You can check the PlanetCCRMA archives to see my thoughts and
experiences with PulseAudio.
If you have Fedora 10 installed, remove PulseAudio.
If you are using Fedora 7, 8, or 9, then upgrade to Fedora 10 so you
can remove PulseAudio.
Sounds good to me, I don't even know what PulseAudio does other than it
kept Rhythmbox from working when I first installed Fedora 10 on a
computer. But what dependencies will I be breaking? Last time that I did
that, I also found like a dozen or so other applications that depended
on PulseAudio that my RPM database apparently didn't know about.
I'll give it a shot!